Covered in a number of extra checks, the Air Force 1 has continued to pay respect to older releases — specifically its partnership with John Geiger — through a growing roster of colorways. From white to black base, these kicks seem to now be undergoing an entirely tonal transformation as both its multiplied logos and uppers are covered in a neutral “Butter Cream.”
Despite every accent being hued in the same color, the pair does deliver some differences from part to part. Toe caps, eye stays, and mid-panels are put smooth across their whole leather fixtures, while some pieces adjacent are given a louder tumbling. The latter treatment can be noticed on the toe cap as well as the heel counter in different angles, while the swooshes mislaid above contrast as they better match the aforementioned textures. Elsewhere, tongues rock a synthetic fabric comprehended with various perforations, a small set off from the rest of the more sturdy builds.
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